Gaslighting: How to Drive Your Enemies Crazy

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Loompanics Unlimited, 1994 - Literary Criticism - 113 pages
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Ever been wronged by somebody you can't strike back at? Being hassled by an obnoxious bureaucrat who has the law on his side, for example? The books in this section will show you a multitude of ways that you can get even with anybody and remain anonymous. We must warn you these books are sold for entertainment purposes only!

Gaslighting means to drive someone crazy. It comes from the 1944 film Gaslight, in which a husband convinces his wife she's losing her mind. Gaslighting is the most potent form of psychological warfare you can use without a license. In this book, Santoro shows you how to destroy your target's confidence, self-esteem and reputation. Through a series of small incidents, your target gets progressively more confused, until he's reduced to a shapeless mass of shivering, quivering jelly. It will show you how to cause disorientation, get your target off balance and build up his paranoia.

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